For him virtuosity per se is not so important as the quality and clarity of sound .
The fidelity of sound equipment subsequently improved considerably, but the receivers did not.
The impressive nature of the graphics is only bolstered by the excellent sound found within the title.
a different bell begins to sound midnight
we were always within sound of the train whistles
Although this advice is based on a sound theory, there is no clinical evidence to support it.
What is lacking is the will, the capacity to embrace change once the latter is based on a sound business plan.
The author of Glanvill clearly had a sound grounding in Roman law, though the book makes it clear that English law is by no means the same.
Here, virtuoso Jacques Zoon makes Mozart's music sound as fresh and warm as a doe sipping from a clear mountain spring.
When the Muslim boys heard him calling them names, all of them gave him a sound thrashing.